Happy 2016, New Video

by | Thursday, December 31, 2015

Since 2009, our family has been creating videos to welcome the new year. The videos are typically typographical in nature, sometimes including a visual illusion or some kind or the other. So as usual, we have a video for welcome 2016. Shot on our dining table, with a budget of four dollars, this video was, as they all have been, great fun to create. Raise the volume of your device to max, click to make the video full-screen and hit play! Enjoy.


Transformation: Happy 2016
From Shreya, Soham, Smita & Punya

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Videos from years past

Here are links to the videos from the previous years (along with some other videos made as a family):

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2 Comments

  1. jcalandriello

    I finally got to view this. Very creative and so pleasant it makes you feel good just watching.

    Reply

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